6 edition of New Song Celibate Women in the First Three Christian Centuries found in the catalog.
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ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: Get this from a library. A new song: celibate women in the first three Christian centuries. [Jo Ann McNamara]. A New Song: Celibate Women in the First Three Christian Centuries (Haworth Press, ) looked at the formation of women’s religious communities and their role in the early Church.
She then set to work on her magnum opus. Early Christian Women and Pagan Opinion: The Power ofthe Hysterical Woman Cambridge University Press.
us $ cloth, us $ paper This sensitively written and subtly argued book sheds new light on the position ofwomen in early Christianity by investigating the stereotypes of Christian women purveyed in pagan and early Christian texts.
Jo Ann McNamara is the author of Sainted Women of the Dark Ages ( avg rating, 18 ratings, 4 reviews, published ), A New Song ( avg rating, 3 4/5.
Jo Ann Kay McNamara died in New York City on 20 Mayaged she spent much of her life teaching at Hunter College, New York. While her first book, derived from her doctoral gender, and power in early Christianity and in early medieval Europe with volumes such as A New Song: celibate women in the first three Christian centuries.
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Jo Ann McNamara is professor of history at Hunter College and at the graduate center of the City University of New York; she has also written books such as A New Song: Celibate Women in the First Three Christian Centuries, Sainted Women of the Pages: many of the new interpretations she had brought forward in a series of articles that followed the publication of her book A New Song: Celibate Women in the First Three Christian Centuries ().
Asked to contribute an autobiographical essay to Women Medieval-ists and the Academy (–), edited by Jane Chance, McNamara. Jo Ann K. McNamara died in New York City from complications from shoulder surgery in March.
Her most recent book is a translation of Paris in the Middle Ages (), written by. It is inscribed: “To Jo Ann McNamara magistra doctissima et mater omnium bonarum.” Other essays in this volume examine many of the new interpretations she had brought forward in a series of articles that followed the publication of her book A New Song: Celibate Women in the.
Her most recent book is a translation of Paris in the Middle Ages (), written by Simone Roux. Prof. McNamara was a scholar of world-wide renown. Her most widely acclaimed book, Sisters in Arms: Catholic Nuns through Two Millenia, was published by Harvard University Press in and reviewed in the New York Times Book Review by Antonia Fraser.
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It is inscribed: “To Jo Ann McNamara magistra doctissima et mater omnium bonarum.” Other essays in this volume examine many of the new interpretations she had brought forward in a series of articles that followed the publication of her book A New Song: Celibate Women in the First Three Christian Centuries ().
Women and Religion in the First Christian Centuries focuses on religion during the period of Roman imperial rule and its significance in women's lives. It discusses the rich variety of religious expression, from pagan cults and classical mythology to ancient Judaism and early Christianity, and the wide array of religious functions fulfilled by women.5/5(1).
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